Taylor River

Trip

Stewardship - Snoqualmie Lake

Calling all Mountain Queers (LGBTQIA+ affinity group of the Mountaineers) for a fun day of trail stewardship, coordinated by our friends at the WTA.

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  • Moderate
  • Easy
  • Mileage: 5.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 500 ft

Be ready to go at the Taylor River trailhead, 8:30am.  Location: 12 miles up the Middle Fork (of the Snoqualmie River) Road from North Bend.   Recommend carpooling to the location with others in your area due to limited parking.  Group carpool info at: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/uvqnzj

Calling all Mountain Queers (LGBTQIA+ affinity group of the Mountaineers) for a fun day of trail stewardship, coordinated by our friends at the WTA.   No specific trail work skills needed for our day together.  All skills and tools will be provided.  Emphasis on safety first, fun second, work third.  And always, building a sense of community among us Mountain Queers.  

Details of the day: Safety briefing will commence at 8:30am, so don't be late!  We will take a break for lunch around noon, and then return to work, aiming to be back at the trailhead by 3:30pm.  For safety reasons, arriving late or departing early are not an option.  

Mountain Queers who are Mountaineers members will be easily able to sign up for this event.  Mountain Queers who are NOT Mountaineers members are eligible for 2 "guest" activities a year, and need to sign a liability waiver.  See details and create a guest account for the Mountaineers website here:  https://www.mountaineers.org/membership/join-the-mountaineers/join-the-mountaineers

Please check out the "required equipment" section, and the FAQs from the WTA website at https://www.wta.org/get-involved/volunteer/about-volunteering/questions

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participants will earn:

Route/Place

Taylor River



  • Green Trails Middle Fork Snoqualmie No. 174S

    Trails Illustrated Alpine Lakes Wilderness

    Green Trails Mt Si No. 174

    Green Trails Skykomish No. 175
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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Daypack with lunch, water, rain gear, warm clothes, etc.   

Please wear long pants and boots (not sneakers) and bring work gloves. Eye and hearing protection recommended by not required.

Tools are provided by WTA.  Please see their FAQs here:  https://www.wta.org/get-involved/volunteer/about-volunteering/questions

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